Hi, I'm in the final year of my A-levels. Expected A* Biology, Chemistry A and Psychology A. As well as an A in Human Biology. I already have an A in an EPQ too. I had good UKCAT score too. Above average - all 650 and above. And scored top band on Sit Judgement. But, it took me 4-years (through no fault of my own, but original college not delivering Chemistry course promised so went elsewhere after 2-years) and I'm 31-years old. I've just been rejected by all the universities I've applied. Now I don't know what to do? From what I gather doing A-levels over that period of time didn't meet the entry requirements. Due to children and a husband with a job I don't have the ability to move around the country trying different universities or hoping for a clearing at some other part of the UK. Due my age I don't really want to apply as a graduate. I really want to work directly with people, and not in a laboratory - but I could look at other medical positions. I'm upset that I've working so hard to get those entry requirements, but I might not get to where I want to be. The other degree I applied for was biomedical and I've applied for a Foundation for Clinical Sciences at Bradford (entry to medicine), which might mean medicine isn't ruled out. But, I'm not holding my breath and also Bradford is 2-hours away and throws huge balls in the air about commuting and moving. What do I do now? What is my next-step? I could give-up, I could work towards a high position in nursing, but admittedly I'm less drawn to nursing (not due to pay, but I'm attracted to the diagnostic side, especially the more complex areas, and I'm afraid of feeling a lack of control or in the wrong shoes in a hospital environment). If my heart isn't there, then it seems stupid. I'm definitely more attracted to doing a biology/biomedical degree.